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Trump's trade policy: Separating the normal from the dangerous Populism – culture or economics?
By Noah Gordon, 10 November 2017 By John Springford, Simon Tilford, 30 October 2017
Some of Trump's trade actions are traditionally American. Others threaten the future of the World Trade Organisation. Europeans should look past his insults and prepare a response. Are economic factors to blame for the rise of populism, or is it a cultural backlash? The answer is a bit of both: economic weakness strengthens social conservatives' illiberal views.
       
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